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World Indoor Tour Gold Madrid 2024: Schedule, Athletes, where to watch, and more

The final leg of the World Athletics Indoor Tour Gold wraps up in Spain with Madrid hosting the big event on February 23, 2024. Known to fans as the Villa de Madrid Indoor Meeting, this competition launched in 2016 and will be held at the local Gallur Sports Centre this time around.

Top athletes are set to compete in this last gold-level indoor meet. Big names include shot put champ, Tom Walsh, hurdle world record holder Devynne Charlton, and Eleanor Patterson who soared to the top in the high jump in 2022.  

The Madrid meet is a big deal for these athletes as they gear up for the World Athletics Indoor Championships happening in Glasgow, UK, from March 1-3, 2024. They’ll be giving it their all to stand out just before that major showdown.

Female Athletes Competing in the World Indoor Tour Gold Madrid 2024

400m

AthleteCountry
Gunta Vaičule (Latvia)
Cátia Azevedo (Portugal)
Sharlene Mawdsley (Ireland)
Naomi Van Den Broeck (Belgium)
Andrea Miklos (Romania)
Eva Santidrian (Spain)
Carmen Avilés (Spain)
Blanca Hervas (Spain)
Berta Segura (Spain)
Daniela Fra (Spain)

800m

AthleteCountry
Lorea Ibarzabal (Spain)
Zoya Naumov (Spain)
Elena Bellò (Italy)
Sara Gallego (Spain)
Eloisa Coiro (Italy)
Bregje Sloot (Netherlands)
Worknesh Mesele (Ethiopia)
Daniela Garcia (Spain)
Tigist Girma (Ethiopia)

1500m

AthleteCountry
Revee Walcott-Nolan (Great Britain)
Marta Pérez (Spain)
Giulia Aprile (Italy)
Elise Vanderelst (Belgium)
Marta Zenoni (Italy)
Marta García (Spain)
Agueda Marques (Spain)
Ludovica Cavalli (Italy)
Knight Aciru (Uganda)
Marina Martínez (Spain)
Birke Haylom (Ethiopia)
Saron Berhe (Ethiopia)

60m Hurdles

AthleteCountry
Sarah Lavin (Ireland)
Reetta Hurske (Finland)
Devynne Charlton (Bahamas)
Nadine Visser (Netherlands)
Luca Kozák (Hungary)
Mette Graversgaard (Denmark)
Sacha Alessandrini (France)
Carmen Sánchez (Spain)
Cortney Jones (USA)
Elba Parmo (Spain)
Tereza Elena Šínová (Czech Republic)
Pia Skrzyszowska (Poland)
Viktória Forster (Slovakia)
Xenia Benach (Spain)

High Jump

AthleteCountry
Airinė Palšytė (Lithuania)
Yuliya Chumachenko (Ukraine)
Eleanor Patterson (Australia)
Solene Gicquel (France)
Ella Junnila (Finland)
Michaela Hrubá Czech Republic
Saleta Fernández Spain
Buse Savaşkan Turkey
Lia Apostolovski Slovenia
Una Stancev Spain

Long Jump

AthleteCountry
Florentina Costina Iusco Romania
Fatima Diame Spain
Diána Lesti Hungary
Milica Gardašević Serbia
Rougui Sow France
Leticia Melo Brazil
Lissandra Campos Brazil
Tessy Ebosele Spain

Male Athletes Competing in the World Indoor Tour Gold Madrid 2024

800m

AthleteCountry
Saúl Martínez Spain
Álvaro de Arriba Spain
Adrián Ben Spain
Guillermo Rojo Spain
Javier Miron Spain
Pablo Sánchez-Valladares Spain
Marino Bloudek Croatia
Pieter Sisk Belgium
Catalin Tecuceanu Italy
Elvin Josué Canales Spain
Tom Dradiga Uganda
David Barroso Spain
Ronaldo Olivo Spain
Mohamed Attaoui Spain
Noam Mamo Israel

3000m

AthleteCountry
Miguel De La Torre Spain
Hugo HayFrance
Elzan Bibić Serbia
Abderrahman El Khayami Spain
Per Svela Norway
Narve Gilje Nordås Norway
Mohamed Abdilaahi Germany
Telahun Haile Ethiopia
José Carlos Pinto Portugal
John Heymans Belgium
Sebastian Frey Austria
Ermiyas Girma Ethiopia
Mikesa Fikadu Ethiopia

60m Hurdles

AthleteCountry
Hassane Fofana Italy
Wilhem Belocian France
Yaqoub Al-Yoha Kuwait
Milan Trajkovic Cyprus
Jason Joseph Switzerland
Asier Martínez Spain
Enrique Llopis Spain
Lorenzo Ndele Simonelli Italy

Pole Vault

AthleteCountry
Piotr Lisek Poland
Aleix Pi Spain
Isidro Leyva Spain
Illya Kravchenko Ukraine
Pedro Buaró Portugal
Artur Coll Spain
Juan Luis Bravo Spain

Triple Jump

AthleteCountry
Dimitrios Tsiamis Greece
Jean-Marc Pontvianne France
Tiago Pereira Portugal
Max Heß Germany
Yasser Triki Algeria
Jordan Alejandro Díaz Spain

Shot Put

AthleteCountry
Carlos Tobalina Spain
José Ángel Pinedo Spain
Tomáš Staněk Czech Republic
Tom Walsh New Zealand
Chukwuebuka Enekwechi Nigeria
Scott Lincoln Great Britain
Bob Bertemes Luxembourg
Roger Steen USA
Leonardo Fabbri Italy
Zane Weir Italy
Rajindra Campbell Jamaica
Miguel Gómez Spain

Schedule for the World Indoor Tour Gold Madrid 2024 (Timings in Local time)

The schedule for the World Indoor Tour Gold Madrid 2024 features Piotr Lisek, a two-time world indoor medalist, and Roger Steen, the winner of the Czech Indoor Gala 2024. Below is the schedule following:

TimeEvent
18:45 Men’s 60m Inclusive Final
18:51 Women’s 60m Inclusive Final
19:00 Men’s Triple Jump Final
19:05 Women’s 400m Final B
19:20 Women’s 60m Hurdles Semifinal
19:25 Women’s High Jump Final
19:35 Men’s Pole Vault Final
19:40 Men’s 800m Final B
19:50 Men’s Shot Put Final
19:55 Men’s 800m Final A
20:05 Women’s 800m Final A
20:20 Women’s 400m Final A
20:25 Women’s Long Jump Final
20:35 Men’s 3000m Final
20:55 Women’s 1500m Final
21:10 Men’s 60m hurdles Final
21:20 Women’s 60m hurdles Final
21:28 Victory Ceremony

Where and how to watch the World Indoor Tour Gold Madrid 2024?

World Athletics Inside Track will stream the World Indoor Tour Gold Madrid 2024 live in a number of regions. The event is scheduled to start at 5:40 p.m. (17:40) local time.

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